Six Flags New England to open its doors for another season
AGAWAM, MASS (WLNE) – Six Flags New England, in accordance with Massachusetts guidelines is scheduled to open its doors on Friday, May 14.
“We are beyond thrilled that we can reopen our theme park with a full complement of our more than 100 rides, attractions, and unique experiences,” said Six Flags New England Park President Pete Carmichael.
“Now more than ever families need an escape that is safe, accessible, and fun. The thrill is calling and our team is eager to welcome back our Members, Season Pass holders, and guests once again,” he added.
Six Flags is set to open on Friday, May 14, for season pass holders, and May 15 for the general public.
All guests will need to reserve an arrival time at sixflags.com/reserve.
Health Screenings for Guests and Team Members
- Contactless IR thermal imaging will be used to screen temperatures of guests and employees prior to entry;
- Individuals will be required to acknowledge and abide by the company’s health policies, which prohibit park entry if guests have recently been exposed to or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19;
- Following CDC guidelines, all guests over the age of two and all team members will be required to wear face masks covering the nose and mouth throughout their visit/work day.
- Masks will be available for sale at the front gate for any guest without one;
- Easy to identify distance markers will be added in all park entry, ride, restroom, retail location, and dining queue lines;
- Dining areas will be adjusted to allow ample space between seated parties;
- Guests will be separated by empty rows and/or seats on all roller coasters, rides, and attractions;
- Six-foot viewing areas will be marked for guests to observe game play while adhering to social distancing requirements;
- Advanced security screenings will enable touchless bag checks;
- Guests viewing outdoor entertainment will be separated by at least six feet; and
- Capacity at indoor venues and on some attractions, will be reduced to meet social distancing requirements.